10.000 deaths can now be related to the coronaviruses

the Number of deaths related to coronaviruses have a worldwide exceeded 10.000. according to an analysis from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, USA, earl

10.000 deaths can now be related to the coronaviruses

the Number of deaths related to coronaviruses have a worldwide exceeded 10.000. according to an analysis from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, USA, earl

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
20 mart 2020 Friday 02:00
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10.000 deaths can now be related to the coronaviruses

the Number of deaths related to coronaviruses have a worldwide exceeded 10.000.

according to an analysis from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, USA, early Friday morning, Danish time.

There is according to university of 244.000 confirmed smittetilfælde worldwide, while the number of raskmeldte has reached well over 86.000.

Virusudbruddet began in megapolis Wuhan in the Hubei province in China in december, and it has since spread to the rest of the world.

in Several places in Europe, Denmark, has the spread of infection since taken, and Italy was on Thursday, with the 3405 virus-related deaths the country with the most deaths as a result of the pandemic.

In Denmark, said Thursday afternoon that there were 1151 confirmed smittetilfælde. It is reckoned, however, with a large mørketal because of the testing strategy in Denmark.

Six people in Denmark have died, while they were infected with the coronavirus.

Meanwhile, Wuhan has the past two days not recorded any new local smittetilfælde, writes CNN.

Corona is a family of viruses that can cause mild colds, but also to serious infections of the respiratory tract.

There is still great uncertainty about the mortality rate of the new coronavirus seen in relation to the total number of infected.

In Germany, published by the Robert Koch Institute according to the AFP news agency on Thursday, a mortality rate in the country to 0.18 percent, while the institute assessed the mortality rate in China to 4 percent and in Italy to 8.3 percent.

Johns Hopkins University bases its reports on numbers from the world health organisation (WHO) as well as other sources.

Updated: 20.03.2020 02:00
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